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Sligo Cathedral Parish Bulletin


Posted on: 10 August, 2009


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Bulletin 9 August 2009

KNOCK SHRINE NATIONAL NOVENA 2009
130TH ANNIVERSARY OF KNOCK APPARITION

Fri 14 August August Hope for the Broken and Wounded
His Eminence Sean Cardinal Brady
Sat 15 August Hope for the Sick and Suffering
Most Rev. Philip Boyce
Sun 16 August Hope for the Family
Most Rev. Christopher Jones
Mon 17 August Hope in Contemporary Culture
Bryan Dobson R.T.E
Tues 18 August Hope on Our Pilgrim Journey
Fr. Frank Fahey
Wed 19 August Hope at Times of Bereavement & loss
Fr John Harris O.P
Thurs 20 August Hope for Young People Today
Ms. Patricia O Brien
Fri 21 August Hope for Priesthood
Most Rev. Michael Neary
Sat 22 August Seeds of Hope in the Church & World
His Eminence Keith Cardinal O’Brien
Two Sessions daily 3.00pm & 8.30pm except on Sat & Sun 2.30pm only Beginning with Anointing of Sick.



PARISH PILGRIMATE TO LOUGH DERG
The Parish's annual one day
pilgrimage to Lough Derg will take place on
Saturday, September 12.
For further details please
contact the Parish Office, Tel: 9162670

SLIGO SOCIAL SERVICES
Second Hand Uniforms wanted in good condition. Please leave them into Sligo Social Services, Charles Street, Sligo
Thank you for your support.

MONASTIC EXPERIENCE
Single women interested in finding out more about a
Carmelite Vocation are invited to join in a weekend of prayer, liturgy and work of the Carmelite way of life on
August 28th-30th.
Preferred age range 25-45
For more information
www.carmelitemonasterydelgany.ie

AREA MASS
An area mass will be held for Thornhill in the front garden of
Pauline Cushman on Wednesday 12 at 8.00pm
All are welcome.

ASSUMPTION OF THE
BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
On Saturday August 15 we celebrate the feast of the Assumption.
Vigil Mass Friday 7.30pm
Saturday 8.30am
10.30am 12.00 noon
The 7.30pm mass on
Saturday will be a vigil for Sunday.


ORDINATION REMEMBERANCE
On Saturday August 15, Bishop Jones celebrates the
Fifteenth Anniversary of his Episcopal Ordination.
Let us remember him in a special way in our prayers.

MATT TALBOT
Prayers for the canonisation of the Venerable Matt Talbot will be said in the Chapel of Adoration, Missionaries of Charity, Temple Street on August 13 at 7.15pm. All are welcome.

HOLY HOUR
The Missionaries of Charity will continue to offer a Holy Hour every Thursday evening from 6.00pm-7.00pm for priests as part of this special Year for Priests proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVII in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the death
St. John Mary Vianney, Patron of Priests.
All are welome.

IMMUNISATION
There will be a walk in clinic for all leaving Certificate students and those students going to college in September on Tuesday August 11 between 2.00pm and 4.00pm at Markievicz house for a free MMR vaccine if you are not fully protected.
For more information 071 9155122 www.mumps.ie

REXBAND SONRISE TOUR
Jesus youth presents a series of inspiring concerts by Rexband a
premier catholic contemporary Christian band. The tour will
celebrate the eternal dawn of Jesus in our lives and will visit various locations throughout Ireland including
Castlebar on August 30 at 5.00pm
www.jesusyouth.org

NEXT SUNDAY'S READINGS
Please note the Readings for Sunday, August 16 : 1st Reading: Prov9:1-6, 2nd Reading: Eph 5:15-20 Gospel: John 6:51-58
Consider reading in preparation for Sunday next.

CLONMACNOIS
The Youth 2000 Summer Festival will be held in
Clonmacnois from Thursday, August 13 to Sunday, August 16. This is a festival for young people 18-35 to celebrate the Catholic faith and meet friends. Bishop Frank Caggiano, Vicar of
Evangelisation in the Diocese of Brooklyn
will be the main speaker.
Donation for weekend only.
Free Buses from around the country.
For more information contact 086 3025442 or 01 6753690
www.youth2000.ie

WEDDINGS
Congratulations and best wishes to Catherine Crawford and Owen Coughlan and Niall Sheerin and Sorcha Ni Mhure who were married recently in the cathedral.

who were married in the cathedral recently.


ANNIVERSARY REMEMBRANCES:


DAY 8.15 A.M. 10.30 A.M.
MON - Aug 10
TUES. - Aug 11 Annie Mc Loughlin
WED. - Aug 12 John Crowley
THUR - Aug 13 Tom Cullen Melissa Mc Manus
FRI - Aug 14 Gerard & Eileen Costello James, Joe, DC Henry
SAT. - Aug 15



REST IN PEACE
YOUR PRAYERS ARE ASKED FOR THE REPOSE OF THE SOUL OF:
JOHN KING , Rathcormack and Bill Cawley, Oakfield Road
May God grant them eternal rest and console their bereaved families and friends.


CATHEDRAL PARISH – 2200 FAMILIES. THANK YOU for your contribution:
August 2 ENVELOPES:€2,137 PLATE / STANDING ORDER:€1790 


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